Introducing London Rag: Your Destination for Iconic Movie-Inspired Fashion.
Movie buffs and fashion enthusiasts get ready to unveil the world of iconic movie outfits and celebrity costume replicas. Because at London Rag, we've included some footwear that lets you recreate the timeless trends and fashion of Hollywood-inspired films—whether you're a fan of retro movie fashion, classic film costume replicas, or vintage movie attire, we have something special for you.
Join London Rag to create a film-inspired wardrobe where iconic fashion moments come to life, and classic movie costume replicas (coughs, footwear*) await you slipping into 'em on your next event. From the simplicity of Audrey Hepburn's black loafers to the boldness of Marilyn Monroe's white strappy heels and Charlize Theron's MI6 boots, we've got a lineup of iconic movie outfits that will leave you in awe.
The Red Shoes, 1948
The Red Shoes, 1948, directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, is a cinematic masterpiece that artfully weaves together the worlds of ballet and drama. At the heart of this visually stunning film are the iconic red ballet shoes, which play a central role in the narrative.
These shoes aren't merely a pair of footwear; rather, the protagonist, Victoria Page, the ballerina, can't stop dancing in this classic British film as they profoundly impact her life! The iconic Red Shoes are made from sumptuous satin; they glimmer under the stage lights like rubies and draw all the audience's eye to the dancer's graceful feet. Because why not?!
The red shoes contrast against Moira's fantasy-tinge muted-tone ballet costumes. If this Hollywood-inspired style is what you've been eyeing for its iconic fashion outfits, London Rag is at your rescue. Our beautiful red velvet Mary Jane flat ballerinas keep up with comfort and present-day TikTok’s Ballet Core trend to give you a film-inspired wardrobe. Slip into these velvet babies with your pastel outfit and live The Red Shoes, which is, BTW, also one of the best British films ever made!
Funny Face, 1951
If classic film costume replicas are your fashion turn-ons, you’re in for a treat.
In the 1951 film Funny Face, black loafers are both professional and intriguing, much like the world of high fashion depicted in the movie. These classic black loafers seamlessly complement the film's themes and with London Rag, get your hands on one of the best costume design replicas in no time.
Psst, if you haven't added this film to your watchlist yet, now is the time.
Audrey Hepburn's character, Jo Stockton, initially dons these black loafers as they make for the best footwear for her job as a bookstore clerk. This vintage movie attire simply represents her comfort zone, a place where she feels most herself. However, as the story unfolds and Jo is swept into the world of high fashion, these black loafers play a key role in her character development. They symbolize her transition from an introverted bookshop employee to a confident and elegant fashion model. But hey, weren't black loafers introduced to be one's best friend at all times?!
Recreate this iconic fashion outfit by picking London Rag's OG black loafers that are too good to be in your shopping carts. Slip into the movie-inspired fashion with these faux leather shoes and know why relating with the character has been the easiest thing to do when it comes to (coughs*) comfy black loafers.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953
In the 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, red satin pumps take center stage (as they should), and Marilyn Monroe's character's unapologetic pursuit of luxury and romance is another reason this is a fashion recreation you need.
Marilyn Monroe's character, Lorelei Lee, epitomizes the essence of these red satin pumps. With her blonde locks, a dazzling smile, and undeniable charm, she confidently sashays through the film, often performing musical numbers that highlight these shoes rightly. If these red pumps that perfectly complement her iconic red dress aren't convincing enough for you to get on board with this Hollywood-inspired style, we don't know what will.
With London Rag, recreate this iconic movie's outfit with a film-inspired wardrobe with our heel red satin pumps to signify the extravagance of the 1950s fashion and the film's central theme— the timeless charm of blondes and the lengths people go to in the pursuit of love and luxury.
The Seven Year Itch, 1954
Can we ever get enough of the iconic Marilyn Monroe? Well, we guess not. Of course, when we think Monroe, we think of her iconic white dress, a light-colored ivory cocktail dress in a style that was in vogue in the 1950s and 1960s. The halter-like bodice has a plunging neckline with a soft and narrow self-belt wrapped around the torso.
However, the iconic photo of Marilyn Monroe standing above a subway grate during The Seven Year Itch's promotional shoot would be incomplete without her stunning white strappy high heels.
In the classic 1954 film The Seven Year Itch, white strappy heels burst onto the scene with the right grace of a New York summer breeze. These heels aren't just a regular pair of shoes the diva wore; in fact, they symbolize Marilyn Monroe's character's charisma and 1950s retro movie fashion.
As Marilyn Monroe's character, The Girl, saunters through the city streets, these pristine white color heels justify why having a pair (or ten) of this vintage movie attire is all you need for a red carpet recreation.
If you're looking for costume design replicas, London Rag's white strappy heels are your go-to for all occasions! Because they're a reminder that sometimes, all it takes is a pair of fabulous shoes to make a hot New York summer even hotter.
Taxi Driver, 1976
Jodie Foster, a talented actress even at the age of twelve, rose to prominence through her convincing portrayal of Iris in the film Taxi Driver. In this critically acclaimed role, she played the character of a child prostitute and wore one of the most celebrated iconic movie outfits, including her bold red platform sandals. They became a striking symbol of rebellion and individuality amidst the gritty backdrop of New York City.
Have your film-inspired wardrobe with Jodie Foster's portrayal of Iris, coupled with her unconventional wardrobe choices, including the fiery red shoes that scream attention, demanding to be seen amidst the urban chaos as they became a symbol of her youth and struggle for independence in a harsh world.
To live your fierce moment with this movie-inspired fashion, recreate the vintage movie attire by slipping into London Rag's red platform block heel sandals. This Hollywood-inspired style is meticulously curated with high platform soles and block heels.
Pretty Woman, 1990
If the 1990 romantic comedy Pretty Woman is anything, it is one of the most celebrated fashion statements with iconic movie outfits, especially the (wink*) over-the-knee leather boots. Black high boots were, are, and will forever remain a girl's best friend on the runways, at parties, or even when you have the guts to carry them in the sun.
The movie beautifully portrays the ever-gorgeous Julia Robert's character, Vivian Ward, from a street-savvy working girl to a captivating and confident woman.
Of course, when Vivian strutted down Rodeo Drive in those over-the-knee black boots, she made her character stronger and captivated the audience worldwide. Well, when talking about celebrity costume replicas, we still can't get enough of Robert's red dress. But what if we tell you that you can get a film-inspired wardrobe with these best retro movie fashion looks by shopping from London Rag?
Bringing to you our hot sellers, black over-the-knee high boots that remain an iconic symbol of both 90s style and what iconic film character fashion truly meant. They're bold and powerful, just like you ought to be!
The Devil Wears Prada, 2006
In the 2006 movie The Devil Wears Prada, there is a remarkable fashion moment featuring thigh-high Chanel boots. These boots are a symbol of high-end luxury and style, reflecting the glamorous and demanding world of the fashion industry depicted in the film. The character Miranda Priestly, played by Meryl Streep, is known for her impeccable fashion sense and her ability to command attention with her wardrobe choices. No wonder she brags the black shoes so effortlessly.
Of course, the film remains one of the most celebrated iconic fashion movies as it features an array of high-end designer clothing, accessories, and runway looks. The film's stylish wardrobe choices have heavily influenced fashion trends and inspired designers because why not?! After the movie's release, thigh-high boots, designer handbags, and other fashion items featured in the film gained popularity.
But the thigh-high black boots are just one example of the iconic fashion featured in the movie, showcasing the influence of high fashion on the characters and the overall storyline. And with London Rag, you can now recreate this Hollywood-inspired style. Our thigh-high faux leather boots are about to be your forever go-to when you want to get the classic film costume replica look in no time!
Sex and the city, 2008
Sex and the City is widely celebrated (as it should be) for its influential and iconic fashion moments. The show, which originally aired from 1998 to 2004, was known for its bold and trendsetting style choices. The characters, especially Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) and her three friends, frequently donned high-end designer clothing and accessories.
The show reflected the trends of the late '90s and early 2000s, from slip dresses and crop tops to oversized belts and stiletto heels. Although Carrie Bradshaw, known for her deep affection for shoes, went the extra mile for her wedding with Big and wore a pair of Manolo Blahniks. To recreate the fashion moment with London Rag, you can include our blue stiletto heels that come with exquisite diamante embellished bows into your film-inspired wardrobe.
Atom ic Blonde, 2017
Lorraine Broughton, played by Charlize Theron aka Atomic Blonde, is a top-level MI6 spy in Atomic Blonde! Duh.
In the 2017 film Atomic Blonde, Charlize Theron's character, Lorraine, redefines the image of a fashionable ultra-spy. While James Bond may have been the iconic symbol of stylish espionage, Lorraine Broughton certainly gives him a run for his money. As an MI6 agent operating in Cold War-era Berlin, she stands out with her fierce and fashionable presence.
While the film gained attention for its thrilling fight sequences and '80s soundtrack, it also drew notice for the character Lorraine Broughton's designer combat wardrobe. What stole the show then and will continue to be one of the hottest pairs of footwear ever are the embellished ankle strap black booties that Theon wears.
At London Rag, you get the best of both worlds—retro movie fashion inspiration and a pair of Theon's similar faux leather high-heel stiletto boots that are as powerful as the MI6 agent you're about to deal with when you watch the movie if you still haven't.